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Propaganda

nounpro·​pa·​gan·​da | \ ˌprä-pə-ˈgan-də  , ˌprō-\

1capitalizeda congregation of the Roman curia having jurisdiction over missionary territories and related institutions2: the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person3: ideas, facts, or allegations spread deliberately to further one’s cause or to damage an opposing causealsoa public action having such an effect

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Global stocks rose to their highest in five months and the dollar dipped on Monday as traders began to price in an accommodative stance from the U.S. Federal Reserve at its policy meeting this week. — Read on mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1QZ00X Advertisements

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Deplorable ‘D’ Owens on Twitter: “Data from Reuters shows a massive oversampling of Democrat voters in their polls to make them seem favorable to Hillary 🤔🤔#NeverHillary https://t.co/p2gylIAWt7”

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  • Breakingviews TV: Big Banks day October 15, 2019
    JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Wells Fargo reported third-quarter earnings of varying quality largely linked to their different business models. Antony Currie and Rob Cox discuss.
  • Breakingviews TV: Fouled out October 11, 2019
    The NBA is under pressure from Beijing over an executive's support for Hong Kong protests. Pete Sweeney and Clara Ferreira Marques discuss what went wrong, and whether American basketball can figure out a way to stay in China.
  • Breakingviews TV: PG&E dimmed October 10, 2019
    The California utility’s shareholders just got dinged again. The bankruptcy judge let creditors file a rival restructuring plan that gives more to wildfire victims – and less to equity owners. Robert Cyran explains how this shifts power in what will probably be a long process.
  • Breakingviews TV: Repo riposte October 9, 2019
    What happened to rattle the U.S. money markets in September, and what happens next? Anna Szymanski explains the repo ructions, why the Federal Reserve had to intervene, and what it means for monetary policy in the future.
  • Breakingviews TV: Park strife October 8, 2019
    Viacom’s animated series “South Park” joined the host of U.S. companies apologizing to China for expressing political views. Some are more sincere than others. Jennifer Saba explains what’s at stake for companies trying to balance strong views with a need to please shareholders.
  • Breakingviews TV: Health check October 7, 2019
    American healthcare matters to voters, but the options are wide-ranging. President Trump’s vision of more private sector involvement jars with Democratic proposals for more government-funded coverage. Investors seem to expect something closer to the latter, Robert Cyran explains.
  • Breakingviews TV: Nio-logic October 4, 2019
    China’s answer to electric-car maker Tesla is struggling as it burns cash amid stalling sales. Katrina Hamlin and Jeffrey Goldfarb talk about Nio’s options, and whether a tie-up of some kind with Warren Buffett-backed BYD might make some sense for both companies.
  • Breakingviews TV: Tesla Time October 3, 2019
    Oct 3 - Tesla’s sales of electric cars again fell short of 100,000 in the third quarter, though up on the prior period. That probably means another loss, Antony Currie says, unless boss Elon Musk has cut costs and investment further – and that carries its own risks for the future.
  • Breakingviews TV: Out of OPEC October 2, 2019
    Oct 2 - Ecuador is leaving the 14-country bloc to increase oil revenue for its struggling economy. As one of the group’s smallest members, its exit might not seem that impactful. But Anna Szymanski explains it’s another signal to Saudi Arabia and the rest that OPEC’s power is fading.
  • Breakingviews TV: VC gripes October 1, 2019
    Silicon Valley backers are schooling startups in how to go to market without the pitfalls of an IPO. It’s true that traditional listings bring fees and pricing dilemmas. But a bigger threat to capital markets is companies like WeWork that just aren’t ready, Richard Beales argues.

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    As strong earnings from JPMorgan and UnitedHealth lift the markets Tuesday, TacticalIncome.com co-founder Jeff Tomasulo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama positive earnings surprises could drive the S&P 500 to record highs.
  • Upbeat earnings results lift stocks October 15, 2019
    Wall Street advanced Tuesday as the third-quarter earnings season hit the ground running with a spate of upbeat reports that brought buyers back to the equities market. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Breakingviews TV: Big Banks day October 15, 2019
    JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Wells Fargo reported third-quarter earnings of varying quality largely linked to their different business models. Antony Currie and Rob Cox discuss.
  • Big banks say U.S. consumers sturdy October 15, 2019
    Quarterly results from four of the largest U.S. banks Tuesday showed that American consumers are helping to prop up the economy, even as recession fears have led businesses to pull back on spending and borrowing. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Hyundai Motor unveils $35 bln investment plan October 15, 2019
    South Korean carmaker Hyundai said it plans to invest 41 trillion won ($35 billion) in mobility and other auto technologies by 2025, part of which will be directed to an ambitious effort to become more competitive in self-driving cars. David Pollard reports.
  • London retains global finance throne amid Brexit chaos October 15, 2019
    Reuters analysis shows London has held onto its title as global finance's top dog, but as Brexit nears worries over job losses are starting to rise again. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
  • UK hiring falls by most in over four years October 15, 2019
    Britain's jobs boom has weakened in the approach to Brexit with the number of people in work unexpectedly falling. David Pollard reports.
  • Facebook presses on with e-coin despite defections October 15, 2019
    Facebook is pressing ahead with its Libra e-currency despite losing another backer. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
  • Stocks pause on trade deal uncertainty October 14, 2019
    U.S. stocks edged lower Monday as uncertainties following recent U.S.-China trade negotiations clouded sentiment and investors turned their focus to the third-quarter earnings season, which begins Tuesday. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Q3 earnings season outlook October 14, 2019
    U.S. companies have guided expectations so low that they'll likely surprise Wall Street with flat earnings, RiverFront Investment Group's Kevin Nicholson tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.

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  • House won't hold vote to authorize impeachment probe: Pelosi October 16, 2019
    U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Tuesday that the House of Representatives does not plan at this time to hold a full vote to authorize an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump, while House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff pointed to information gathered in witness testimony despite a 'complete effort by the administration to […]
  • Hunter Biden defends overseas work in interview, but expresses regret October 15, 2019
    Hunter Biden, son of former vice president and leading Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, defended his overseas work in his first television interview after months of political attacks, but expressed regret over how it has been used to bludgeon his father. Jonah Green has more.
  • Exclusive: Giuliani was paid $500K by indicted associate's firm October 15, 2019
    In an interview with Reuters, Rudy Giuliani said he was paid $500,000 to consult on a company co-founded by the Ukrainian-American businessman arrested last week on campaign finance charges, Giuliani told Reuters on Monday. Chris Dignam has more.
  • Trump asked Erdogan for immediate ceasefire: Pence October 15, 2019
    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Monday said President Donald Trump had spoken to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and asked for an immediate ceasefire in Syria. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • U.S. imposes new sanctions on Turkey: Mnuchin October 14, 2019
    U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the United States had imposed sanctions on Turkey's ministers of defense, interior and energy, as well as their departments after Turkey's military incursion in Syria. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Protests erupt after Spain jails separatist leaders October 14, 2019
    Spain's Supreme Court on Monday jailed nine Catalan separatist leaders for between nine and 13 years for their role in a failed independence bid, a decision that triggered mass protests in the region and left the future course of the dispute uncertain. Jillian Kitchener has more.
  • Trump ex-Russia adviser testifies in impeachment inquiry October 14, 2019
    U.S. President Donald Trump's former Russia adviser testified on Monday behind closed doors as the latest witness summoned in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry against Trump over his request that Ukraine investigate a domestic political rival. Chris Dignam has more.
  • Hunter Biden wades into impeachment fight October 14, 2019
    The son of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden says he is stepping down from the board of a Chinese firm. President Donald Trump has urged China to investigate Hunter Biden, and accused him and his father of corrupt dealings in Ukraine. Eve Johnson reports.
  • Rep. Schiff says committed to protecting whistleblower October 13, 2019
    The Democratic lawmaker leading an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump said his "primary interest" was in protecting the whistleblower whose complaint touched off the presidential probe.
  • Finally feeling safe, migrant longs for her family October 13, 2019
    Marveny Suchite left Guatemala last November in a hurry. She later told a U.S. asylum officer that flyers had been posted threatening her life because she’s a lesbian, according to the officer’s formal notes, reviewed by Reuters.

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  • Google unveils next generation of Pixel phones October 15, 2019
    Alphabet Inc's Google unveiled new Pixel smartphones with higher quality cameras, a radar sensor and faster virtual assistant on Tuesday, but failed to provide enough to set the devices apart from rivals and nix concerns about price.
  • Tesla drivers on the hook for 'app' parking accidents October 11, 2019
    Tesla owners summoning their driverless cars in parking lots using a new Tesla software update will be on the hook for damages and repairs from crashes, at least for now, lawyers said after a series of internet videos showed problems with cars running the ‘Smart Summon’ software.
  • NASA, SpaceX hope for crewed missions by 2020 October 11, 2019
    SpaceX's new Crew Dragon astronaut capsule will be ready for its first manned flight into orbit in the first quarter of next year provided "everything goes according to plan" in upcoming tests, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine said on Thursday. Ryan Brooks reports.
  • Pizza-making robot churns out 300 pizzas an hour October 10, 2019
    A robot is challenging the traditional art of making pizzas, churning out 300 per hour. The machine assembles twelve inch pizzas, spreading tomato sauce and adding toppings all without human hands. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
  • China tells U.S. to butt out after tech blacklist October 8, 2019
    China's foreign ministry had strong words for the U.S. after Washington cited Beijing's treatment of minority muslims for expanding a trade blacklist to include several Chinese artificial intelligence start-ups. The escalated tensions diminished hopes for a trade deal this week.
  • The jacket that lets deaf twins 'feel' music October 8, 2019
    Deaf twin sisters Hermon and Heroda Berhane have been given the opportunity to enjoy music by feeling it through their clothing. Lauren Anthony reports.
  • Russia's first lab-grown meat: a taste of things to come? October 8, 2019
    A company in Russia claims to the first to produce lab-grown meat in the country, with hopes it will become the first affordable product of its kind on the mass market. Francis Maguire reports.
  • Paralyzed man harnesses brain power to walk again with robot exoskeleton October 8, 2019
    A French tetraplegic man who has been able to walk again using a pioneering four-limb robotic system, or exoskeleton, said walking was a major feat for him after being immobile for years.
  • Trio of astronauts leave ISS and return to Earth October 3, 2019
    After leaving the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Nick Hague, Roscosmos cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and Roscosmos spaceflight participant Hazzaa Ali Almansoori landed safely in Kazakhstan on Friday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
  • Robotics teacher inspires students to build Lego robo-arm October 3, 2019
    Students at a school in South Korea have built their teacher a robotic arm using LEGO's education-focused construction kits. Megan Revell reports.

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  • Earnings could drive stocks to new highs October 15, 2019
    As strong earnings from JPMorgan and UnitedHealth lift the markets Tuesday, TacticalIncome.com co-founder Jeff Tomasulo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama positive earnings surprises could drive the S&P 500 to record highs.
  • Upbeat earnings results lift stocks October 15, 2019
    Wall Street advanced Tuesday as the third-quarter earnings season hit the ground running with a spate of upbeat reports that brought buyers back to the equities market. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Earnings could drive stocks to new highs October 15, 2019
    As strong results from JPMorgan Chase and UnitedHealth lift the markets Tuesday, TacticalIncome.com co-founder Jeff Tomasulo says positive earnings surprises could drive the S&P 500 to record highs.
  • Stocks pause on trade deal uncertainty October 14, 2019
    U.S. stocks edged lower Monday as uncertainties following recent U.S.-China trade negotiations clouded sentiment and investors turned their focus to the third-quarter earnings season, which begins Tuesday. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Q3 earnings season outlook October 14, 2019
    U.S. companies have guided expectations so low that they'll likely surprise Wall Street with flat earnings, RiverFront Investment Group's Kevin Nicholson tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
  • What to watch on Wall Street October 11, 2019
    Next week, earnings season kicks off with reports from the big banks and Netflix. Retail sales data gives a glimpse of the strength of the consumer. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Stocks pare gains on partial trade deal October 11, 2019
    U.S. stocks ended more than 1% higher Friday, but below their session highs after the announcement of a partial trade deal between the United States and China. Fred Katayama reports.
  • Stocks to buy on trade deal, earnings - Kramer October 11, 2019
    JPMorgan Chase and 3M are among a list of stocks investors should consider buying just head of the start of earnings season next week and a potential U.S.-China trade deal, Kramer Capital Research's Hilary Kramer tells Reuters' Fred Katayama.
  • Wall Street rises on trade deal hopes October 10, 2019
    U.S. stocks rose Thursday on hopes that top-level U.S.-China trade talks would yield at least a partial deal. As Fred Katayama reports, a rise in Apple's shares also boosted the market.
  • Look for a "cosmetic" trade deal - Cardillo October 10, 2019
    The United States and China will likely notch a "cosmetic" trade deal, Spartan Capital's Peter Cadillo tells Reuters' Fred Katayama. But he recommends investors buy gold to hedge risks.

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  • England soccer match twice suspended amid racist chants October 16, 2019
    Racist abuse blighted a Euro 2020 qualifier between Bulgaria and England on Monday, with the soccer match in Sofia twice halted by the referee after monkey noises and chants from the crowd were aimed at black players from the visiting team.
  • Dutch family 'waiting for end of time' found locked away October 16, 2019
    Five siblings and a man believed to be their father are receiving medical treatment after Dutch police acting on a tip discovered them locked away in a secret room at an isolated farm, officials in the Netherlands said on Tuesday. Local media reported that the family had been waiting for the end of time. Colette […]
  • Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans October 15, 2019
    Scientists who resurrected a 50,000 year-old gene sequence have used it figure out how the world's deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans - giving insight into the origins of one of human history's biggest killers. Francesca Lynagh reports.
  • Turkey pushes offensive in Syria, despite sanctions October 15, 2019
    Turkey pressed ahead with its offensive in northern Syria on Tuesday despite U.S. sanctions and growing calls for it to stop, while Syria's Russia-backed army moved on the key city of Manbij that was abandoned by U.S. forces in Donald Trump's retreat. Nathan Frandino has more.
  • Slow progress for Notre-Dame, months after fire October 15, 2019
    Renovations of Notre-Dame are taking "more time than expected" six months after a devastating fire, the Paris cathedral's archpriest, Patrick Chauvet, said on Tuesday. Ciara Lee reports.
  • War means mountains of garbage in Tripoli's streets October 15, 2019
    Mounds of trash piled high on the streets of Tripoli provide an unwelcome reminder to residents of the steady decline of public services in the city.
  • Is Europe's busiest seaport 'Brexit ready?' October 15, 2019
    The chief executive of Britain's biggest shipping port says the 'Port of Dover is fully ready for Brexit', but that uncertainties remain of how France will deal with imports and exports from its side of the channel. Gracie Jerome reports.
  • Oldest and first black female Booker Prize winners October 15, 2019
    Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo have been jointly awarded the Booker Prize, with judges flouting the rules to name both winners. Gracie Jerome reports.
  • Corruption trial of South Africa's Zuma delayed October 15, 2019
    Former South African President Jacob Zuma will appeal a High Court decision, after it was ruled that his corruption trial would go ahead. Francesca Lynagh reports.
  • LeBron says Morey 'wasn't educated' on Hong Kong October 15, 2019
    LeBron James weighed in on the controversy between China and the NBA on Monday, saying that Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey “wasn’t educated” when he sent a tweet in support of protesters in Hong Kong this month.

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